I'll have to back up a bit so this contains a whole week.
Power Clean 5x2 with 255lbs
405lb Deadlift Challenge--6 minutes
Pull-Ups 2x10, 10-3-3 (double rest/pause)
Single-arm Barbell Row 95x3, 100x2, 105x1, 100x3, 105x2, 110x1, 105x3, 110x2, 115x7
Straight Bar Curl 2x6, 10-3-3 (double rest/pause)
Squat 275x3, 285x2, 295x1, 285x3, 295x2, 305x1
Partial Squat 2x5 with 325lbs
Seated Shoulder Press 125x3, 135x2, 145x1, 135x3, 145x2, 155x1, 145x3, 155x0
Partial Seated Shoulder Press 2x5 with 155lbs
Bench 225x3, 235x2, 245x1, 235x3, 245x2, 255x1, 245x3, 255x1
Partial Bench 2x5 with 275lbs
Needed some cardio today so started with 10 minutes of EMOM:
Hang Clean x5, Deadlift x5 with 135lbs (tougher than I thought)
Pull-ups 2x10, 10-3-3 (double rest/pause)
Rev Grip B.O. Row 195x7, 205x5, 215x3, 205x7, 215x5, 225x3
***As you can see I've combined some different stuff from CT's programs. I enjoy the double rest/pause on pull-ups and arms and I'm trying out wave training. For now I'm doing 3/2/1 the first two workouts of the week, 7/5/3 for workouts 3 & 4, and if I manage to squeeze in workouts 5 & 6 I'll do 5/4/3/2/1. I imagine I won't be able to run this for long before CNS fatigue catches up to me but it's fun to try new stuff. I've always loved adding weight and dropping reps from one set to the next.
Oh yeah, and the partials....working out an experiment of mine. I set the safety bars and do partial reps with a weight that I can't currently do. Every two weeks I'm going to drop the bars one spot and continue until (hopefully) I get down to full reps. We'll see how that goes. As you can see my bench and squat are in a bad place at the moment. I focused on front squat for awhile and dropped barbell bench to let a nagging injury heal up. My PR's are 365 on squat and 300 on bench so to be struggling at 305 and 255 is quite humbling.